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Page 6 Cheney Free Press r , arch 26, 1965 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway FLOAT PROGRAM STARTS The conmnmity float pro- grm is underay with 12 girls being sponsored in the queen Contest. Tle corttestant, s w be seUg .tickets at $1 apiece, Which entitles the holder to vote for the girl he chems, a charme ,on a lrtable television set, admission to the cororm- tion ,ball artd the dance that folows. All tickets must be in to Jim Wfllams by April 5. On April 6 .the top five sellers wil go to lurmh with three judges from the Spolmne Lilac Fes- tival committee and local chamber members to deter- mine the three firmlists. These same judges will pick the queen at the Coronation Ball April 10 at 8 p. m. in the high school gym. A program will be presented, the drawing bold, and the coronlatio,n will be for lowed by a dance. Anyone in- terested in helping with con- truction of the float may do so by getting in touch wih George Meserve. OLD SCHOOL GONE Jus a pile of ,bricks arLd rub- ble is all that is left of the old high school in Medical Lake after the fe department and he demolition crew of Monk and Larson got throug:h with their controed fire Sat- urchy even&apos;rag. Many persons sheeted up to fret pictures of the building aflame. Soon n'othiag will be lt of the school but memories. No phns are made for use of the pro- petty at present. MRS. OORE DIES Born on pril 13, 1897, Mrs. M'lace M. Moore ied Marh 16 at the St. Luke's tmspital in Spokane. A omer em- ployee of Eastea State imspi- tal, Mrs. Mooe had some years .ao ,because of poor health. She was a member of the mrmmty elmrCh, secretary of the Ladi Aide, Vice Grand of Rehekah LedWe and a mem- bar of the Eastern Star, Loyal Chapter No. 143. ,FurJeral  were held at Bal ,ad Dodd with Mrs. Bi]ttps n Charge, assisted ,by the Fstorn Star. Bu_rial Was a Spokrm Meal e, ns. ghe , sarvived 'by her wid- ower, lonte Moore, at the lome; four dhters, Mrs, Norma Doerhtg, Prescott; Mrs. Virginia /knderson, Clitle; Mrs. Betty Ponti, Wala WalIa, and M. Donna Oarsoat, Kan sos Gity, Mo.; oe son, Hahld Moore, Seattle; 17 graIdchil- den; four great-grandch'dren; a sider, ,Mrs. Sarah AIfred, Sal, em, Ore., 'and net mother, Mrs. MeBissa Med,er, Parie City, Ore. WEDDING PLANNED Julsy 11 is the date set for the wd:dirg of Miss Jaeque- lyrm Snyder atd Dr. Philip rub. The engagement wRs an- lmlmced in late February by the 'bride-elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Snyder of Cos- t, er, N. J. Miss Srtyder attended high schooI in Gertclle, Calg., and ammortd, Ind. She graduated fem Purdue University in West Lafette, Ind., in 1963 and now teaches .first ,grade in Clares De Volf school in Old appan. Dr. GrLtb, son of E,e late Mr. and hrs. Carl Gru*b of this commtmity, received fis BA dgree in Deles mad in Educti., fm Eastern Wash- ingto State (kfllege. He earned his Masters degree at @eovge Washingto Univer. sity in Washington, D. C., and eeeived  Doctorate in hne &a.tian in 1964. He is rmw aistan peofessxr of bsiness admJstrathm and of programs i interna- tiorml ,trade at Geve Wash- ington  UlverMy. BEATTIES END TRIP Ir. and Mrs. Chide Boo,tie are 1mine f,r spending three months in  South. They eet ahortly be as nd spen.t the 'holidays in Woedlmm, Clif., with lVlr. and Mrs. Fred Pope and Samily. They drove into Mexico, at- tended the WaShington State lc at Mesa, Ariz.,  vi id with the Hev Bin-is of Yuma, former Mmdical Lake reaklets. They ert a raonth in Tucson where they v'ted wth he A. J. Mil&rd. At Death V.aley they saw Svot- ti's Castle azd vited at Te- copa  Slgfn. On the re- turn trip they vigited at Pom- eroy with the Bob Kirks. Sm- day dinner guests t the, Beat- ties were Mr. and Mrs. Herb Gisselberg ad aily of Spo- hagte. LUTHERANS KEEP BUSY Women of Lutheran effmrda- es in the area have been busy eardr ,held ward parties, wihioh they do orme a month. These parties consist of dames, visifirtg, msic and refres,h- mens. St. John's Lutheran of Medical Lake .had dinner and a tour Monday evening for 15. Oher Lutheran c:hurches kelpin, g this week were Mes- siah, St. Lukes, St. Marks, and Salem from Spok,aae. Many other den!omirmtions give tme through, out the week. Mu Phi Epsion alumni group, which is a music honor- ary sorority, comes once a month. Mrs. Robert Hegund .and five memhers from EWSC brought a St. Patrick's Day program of music. The Lakesiders, with Cy Crosm,an in charge, and the Toms and Tabb:ies, with Tom Winsper, put on a square da,n, ce exhibit for the patient's enjoyment. Sunday 40 members of the First Church of the Open Bi- ble fron Spokane took a tour of the hs'pital. Oher groups came from Morgan Acres Com- munJty church, Manito Presby- terian, St. Paul's Methodist, Audibon, Memorial, Loyal' and Manito E. U. B. and Beacon Chapel. LIONS ENTERTAIN The Manito Lions club of Spokane held a variety slhow in the Lake{and auditorium on March 5. On the program were a small :orchestra, pp- pet Shew, skits by the Shadle high seho,1 tMent clu'b and a Swiss yodele and accordionist On March 14 special chapel services were held in h:onor of Natiorml Camp Fire Girls Week. The Lakeland group and the Boy Scrats a.tertded in un- iform. The week proceeding the girls scld 120 boxes of mints to empl, oyes and visitors. CHURCH ACTIVITIES Rev. and Mrs. Bob Rogers of Spokane 'sang for Sunday servzces ,at Co ,rmnumty Church. Timothy Alan Tucker, 17. month-old sen of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tucker, as christened, with Mrs. Joanne Krumsky and Wiarn MitceLi .as C-<Mpar. ents. The Crnancel ctmir per- fomned, featuring 8-yerd Carl Stzmaa with "Jesus Los Me." Niae young vauples of the church met Friday evenin,g for an evening of ice sketing at the Ice Plaza. The only casual- ty was Vi Morse, wi a cracked arm ben,e. The group later met :at the home of the Johr Sonths, Where they joined other couples foc devoons, refreshments and ,hone mov- ies of the last meeting. BASEBALL UNDERWAY The Medical Lake bseball team got undezvay Saturday with a double-header with Reardan. They o. the first game 7-5 but won the second one 5-2. Butch Denton was the winnirg pitcher in the second ame with J',n Glenn also litChirg and Ch,u,ck Akeran arid Ev Simeneaux the catch- ers. Pitching in the first game was Jim Bright and Jim Bau- man wih Smoneaux as catch- er. He also ,hit 5 for 5. Thev next 'games ,are with Univer- sity ,and Saturday they ,meet Ferris 'at 11 a. m. The first eague game is at Celvitle April 2 at 3:30. TEAM WINS SECOND Smith Cleaers own basket- baU team came n second in their tournmeat last Tuesday. They were beaten "by Murphy's .Tavern 62-5S. First plce was won by Olympic Sports. Tro- phies wi 'be presented at the banquet for players and wives at the Pine Shed toanorw. MEETING HELD The Medical Lake Commun. ity BaseballSofflrU socia- tion ,met Tlmrsday eve "ning at he high 2mol. The parents of 'boys d :giIs interested in this ,smmer spert are nvRed to a 'meeti'g in the ,hia seool library Alrfl 15 at 7:30 p.m. HIGH SCHOOL NEWS The ,high school carnival will open its 6cots  t 7 p. m. The carnival queem w,ll be selected and nmned at 8:30, at which time drugs will be hd. First prize witl be a portable tereo phono- graph with second and third pzes o be cash. The debate team had slit :Thus@ay when they met the Lind debaters. Kathy Serpinas arid Ik Burluyam wn their ntCh while David Ra.ihs and i Steve KeLly were defeated. The hst match will be this Thursday with Cheney com- ing here. Their coach is Mrs. ary Rehn. Fldday the Thespian club, under the direction of Mrs. M, onday at 4 p. m. at the ele- mentary school. Wednesday morning the Girl's Sta*e representative will be ehosen by women of the American Legion auxiRary from Spokane. Girls chosen to be interviewed are Port,a lAg- gins, Nancy Haase, Janet Kel- ly, Dixie O tiver, Barbara Ed- monds ,and Lorvnte Allen. Boys wi, ll be interviewed the same afternoo,n with Chamber f Commerce and PTS repre- sentatives. The boys axe Mar Agnew, Larry Bauman, Ross Etsom, Steve Klug, Steve Bich. ley and Gary Mann. Orm boy and girl will be selected with a boy and girl alternate alse seelcted. Jay Wood and 30 of his vo- cotional agriculture studenls attended .the beef promotion program :at Cheney on a Union Pacific agriculture car. They saw the film "Bee Rings the Bell" and heard Russ Glad- hart speak on livestock mar- keting in this area and pro- duction in South America. CLASS TO END Tuesday is the fnal night o,f el'asses for the farm ma- chinery repair cl'a:ss conducted by Jay Wood in the vocationaa ,agriculture sh, ep. They held potiu ck dirmer Tuesday for their families. They have been meeting every Tuesday and Thursday for three lours since $anuary. Small steel pro- jects around the farm, such as dates and handrails, were constructed by 17 members, with wrking on lathes and some welding. PROGRAM OUTLINED Plans ibr summer activities were out,ned Monday at the Chnck Robortson ,hme. With Itobertson as cub master and Art Putam as hs assistant, they met wi den mothers and ,committee memhe to set up session pians. A pack meet- ing will be held at the City l Matd!ay at 7:30 p. m. with the theme, "South of the Bor- der." Mr. and Mrs. Marion Man- rring il be intalled s worthy nmtron and patron tomorrow a,t 8 p. m. at the I. O. O. F. lmll in Medical Lake. 'Sunday dinner guests at the Herb Kukuk ,home were Mr. and Ms. Fred S,hoaf of Che- ey. Afternn visitors were Mr. ,and Mrs. GerraM Pine and Mr. arid Mrs. Lloyd May of Moses Lake. Sunday dinner guests t the Forrest Clarks were Roy. and Mrs. Charles Biltups and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Arehie Laird have moved to Sacramento to make their home. The Roy Keerts in Santa Barbara are mu,0h improved ilt .health and will be home in a few weeks. Hugh Ghsgow has been very itl but is much improved at this time. The Genn Wachtmans drove to Sand:point to send Surtday with tlm Forrest Win- slows. Mrs. Dorothy Ovene,ir and Mrs. Esther Swam o Spo- kan, e accompamed ' them. Mrs. ALice Hill'brick left on Tuesday for Co, lee City Where her ,ster, Mrs. E. V. Vaughn and Mrs. Raf Taunebeg, joined her in a trip to Settte where they attertded a Sunday school convention for three days. She returned home on Saturday. My. ,and Mrs. Clark Cle at- tended a Relief Society meet- ing Saturday evening at the 'home iof Dr. and Mrs. Grat Thomas in Chaey. On Thurs. day the Cales made a business trip to Newport, Priest R2er, Bonrmrs Ferry m! Sandpint. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Farber f Spekane were Saturday even- ig visitors at the Bud Al home. Sunday vim'ters were the Laurerme Griffiths and Sharon Cawlt and childrem of Spa- hone. Employes at lastern hen. ored the retirement ay at a coffee hour for Ida Koss, with nearly 17 years, and lb- eft Robenbugh, with early 15 yea of work. They were eed in the food services depavtnenL HOT LUNCH MENU Marday, de chool -- l- a, peamtt ,butter ,mdc, buttered green ,, peades anal milk. High schoo--ot d, rau tard arid catsup, greea peas, tomatoes, ice cream bar and milk. TuesdayGtaxte school and high school reversed. Wednesday- Turkey and grow over mashed potatoes, chuck wagon ,bread md but- ter, ,spring salad w French dressing, orange sections and milk. Thursday -- Tomato rice smlp, egg salad sMvkhes, celery sticks, chocolate cake ad wlpped cream and milk. Espan01a News By Katherine Hol|oway INVITATION ACCEPTED Ei:ghteen members and one guest, Mrs. Catherine Hanso,, attended the Espanola Wom- en's club meeting St. Patrick's Day. Hostesses were Anna i tf'odrgson and Mae Sather. The group accepted .an invitation by the Fur Lakes Hub Club to visit on March 25. The leaders training lesson was given by Part Self ridge and Irene Rsen:au. The topic was "Bedside Care for Patients in Your Home." Phns wore made for the lunch to be served at the Davenport Auc- tion on March 31. Betty Key won the game prize. Hostesses for the April 21 meeting will be Edn, a Reitmei- i er and Elsie Cogswetl. Roll call will be a current event. i Weekend guests at the Osta.r I Reitmeier home were Mr. and! Mrs. Milton Green and family of Wenatchee and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Green and family of Cur- lew. Additional guests for Sun- day dinner were Mr. 'and Mrs. Phil Tarbert and Al,lene Green of Davenp,ort, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tarbert and sons of Odes- sa and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Green and family of Spokane. ove rn, ight guest. Darme Peters spen!t the ng,ht with Linda Von Lehe. Mrs. Elsie Pehrson and Julie attended a Relief Society meeting Sattwday evening at the home ,of Dr. and Mrs. Grant Thomas in Ceney. Sunday eve- i,n,g Mrs. Pehrson and Erie visited with Dr. and Mrs. Con- rad Cox in Cheney. Mabel Sheaf visited with Vic Hedlee at Sacred Heart ,hospital Thursday. Sunday din- her guests ,at the Shoa'f home were Mr. ,ad Mrs. Arlie Bar- telt. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar M usser and Wendy attended the birth- day party of Mrs. Hope Reed in Spokane Friday evening. H, aving St. Patrick's Day dinner with the Don Lamberts at Cheney were Mr. and Mrs. Bill McGourin and son. Mrs. Laviaa Swnsm of Wauken was a Friday caller at the Mc- Gourins and the Don Hiltons of Sl)okane were Sunday guests. Mrs. Joyce ReiHy of Wauk!on was a Wednesday visitor at the home of Micky Moriarty. Ro- berta Mauer visited Thursday., Mrs. Moriarty visited wit.h I Mrs. Emil Suko at Sacred Heart ] hvs:pital Saturday. While there I she visited with Mrs. Roberta Crooks of San Diego. Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and The occasion honored the Mrs. Jack Penhallurick of Mos- birthday of Mrs: Phil Tarbert es Lake. They are spending a and the weddirg anhiversary few day,s with the Selrides of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Green. and Moriartys. They nd the --__ Moriartys wz'e Sunday even- Mr. and Mrs. A1 Rosenau and ing visitors ,at the Frank Sol- Roy and Mrs. Catherine Han- fridge home. son were Sunday dinner guests l Mr. and Mrs. A1 Willms vis- of the John Hodgson family at ied Sunday with Annie and Deer Park. Charlie Ptocker at Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hodg- Friday they visited Robert Mc- son and Shirley drove to Wor- Doweil at Sacred Heart hospi- ley, Idaho, Sunday to have din- tal. n!er with Mrs. Ehel Whitman. Friday evening visitors at Mr. and Mrs. Earl Von Lehe the John Labish home were  ad girts attended the 50th wedding annive.sary open house in Spokane Sunday of Mr. nd Mrs. John DeChenne. Mvs. Dan DeChenne returned tmme with the Von Lebes for a visit. Fri@ay evening guests of Karen were Joan Cambridge, Debbie Mastersn and Char- lene Rider, who also was an Four Lakes By Mrs. Larson LUNCHEON ATTENDED Four Lakes Hub-Club mem- bern atterded a unchoon at the FairchiM Youth Center last Friday. Atteading were Mes- dames Anna Erfurth, Glen Cal- son, lussel Mace, Nick Hai. dey, Bruve Oliver, Lloyd Lev- el, l, B. Klirm, Leon Barvick, Ted McMillan, Herman Wihns, lay I)irks and L. Sc'hmidt. M',ms Heten Stensgaard from the county extersion office demon- strated putttng facing on a sleeveless dress. Before oing to PairchiM he members met t the Cals'on ,home and worked on thor project, whivh they Will finish Thursday. The potluck dinner at the church foltowin,g the morning services Surday was well at- tended. Attendance in the eve- ning was not 'a,s large. Mr. arm s. Don Scarie and daughter Barbara from Spo- kane and Miss Carolyn Poore from C:hoey were Sunday din- nor guests ,at the Orvie Phil- lipson home. Mrs. John Becker underwent major surgery last Tuesday t Deaconess hrospit321. Sd'te re- turned home Saturday. Callers Surday wore Mr. and Mrs. Mke Miller, Mr. ad Mrs. Bob Scott and Alice Reitmeiev. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapel, Wley, Idaho, and Mr. and Mrs. Tray Reynolds and fam- ly from Spokane were Surday dnn.or guests of the Earl Pen- dell. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hrtford a!nd family d Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Stanley from Wal Wal- la visited at he Geege Stroup home 'at Cheney. Mrs. ad Mrs. St are dau,gh- ters of Mrs. Strou. Kathy Barrick left Friday With the United CIhurch group for a sFrin, g corffarence in To- nasket. She returned Sunday. Kenny Radon was a partici- pant in the two-day amateur athletic union swim meet at Cheney. Mrs. Wi Crooks, San I.eg, Calif., visited last week at he C. L. Crooks home aad with 'her sister, Victoria uko, Wlm s very iU in Sacred Heart hesse. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Lunne borg and son nd Ed Crooks caled to see thehr father, C. L. Crooks, wlo is recoverin from a lorg ess. Mr. anti Mrs. Sidney I.arson attertded the potluck dinner and visi*aUon meetin at Re. belch Lodge h*aU in Cheney Wednesday evening. Mrs. Sidney Larson attended a hrmheon ,and clurch meet- ing at the F'st Presb church in Spolne last Friday. Margaret Sack, daughter of Mrs. Detbert St. John and the John Cooks. Thsday sitors and din- net guests at the Lloyd Arnold home were Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Grimes of Newport. Saturday visitors Steve Miss Nan led guests Arnold .. ,.. What's different Mr. and Mrs. Rolmad Jack, was home for a week from North- st Nazarene CoRege at lam- pa, idaho. Mr. and Mrs. Bob aeks of Pulman were weekend guests of Mr. arid Mrs. Rohnd Jacks. at  State with voln- O1n presented a one act Friday- FiSh sticks, trar teev work. TueSday afterrmon Plat for the Stud.ent .bdy, . . sau?e,..bake:d p.otatoe' arm but: _ .rd Mc ws the Eruel Ltrflman The school  soCal er, buttarea spinach, .areau ant Fkhy evemng ac me JaCK 4% daily ll, it really isn't necessary ew Math to figure the d interest makes on savings at dollar you put to work in an Account earns interest every eedn't worry about making rain date in order to receive all the earn. And your money earns interest day you withdraw--on any day of the Mr. and Mrs. Tom Labish and family .of Cheney. Saturday eveninlg Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Rupp of Cheney were guests. The Garrmtt Boots family were Sunday dinner guests. Mr. cl Mrs. Roy Kinzel also visited, !Sunday evening. Friday visitors a the Fred Johnson home were Mr. and Mrs. Jack .Perry ,of C)le, Mrs. Luelh Ktflm, Mrs. Chre Bassard arid BUy Ktflm and Eleanor Moore and children of ayford. Sunday dinner guests were Mr. arid ,Mrs. Le,s Gi, bson and faniy of Cheney. Sherrie Kppel of Spokane s a weekerd guest of Pen- ny Ioloway. Dentin Harris sp0n Friday overM,ht. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hepton of Che- ney were Saturday visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Jack OogsweLi m Janice drove to Seattle Fri- day to spend the wee,keel vis- i'tg relatives. They vited Mr. ad Mrs. Ralph He, Mr. and Daily interest, at 4 per annum, is paid every three months--computed you have in your account each day. sacrifice no interest earned by time. Of course new de So you see, your savin your savings goal quicker with daily the important difference in 4 of C is the bank paying daily interest--! method of computing the interest your Open an account--or add to your day--at your nearby NBofC office. NATIONAL BANK OF MEDICAL LAKE OFFICE: S. I DON R. 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